Take this backstage tour from an insider who lived it. Like Susan, this book is smart and funny.---TV icon HENRY WINKLERSusan L. Schulman’s scintillating “tell-some” contains just enough backstage dirt and glitz to be compulsively readable from start to finish. An impressive galaxy of egos and artists is sprinkled like stardust over four decades of theatrical press-agentry and repairs--Lauren Bacall, Zero Mostel, Mary Martin, George C. Scott, Yul Brynner, Bob Fosse and The Mighty Merrick, whom she actually bested. Worth the price of the book alone is the hilarious chapter on “Dream.”---HARRY HAUN, PLAYBILL MAGAZINEAn expert press agent makes sure the spotlight is focused on the show, never themselves. No press agent embodies that credo better than Susan L. Schulman, and now - after serving in the Broadway theatre during some of its most exciting times and with some of its biggest stars - she pivots that giant klieg light behind-the-scenes. Her stories and incomparable insight are smart, witty, sometimes harrowing and often hilarious. ---BERT FINK, THE RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN ORGANIZATION The book is a great read! Susan leads us into a world of magic and craziness and captures what it's really like behind the scenes on Broadway. ---Tony Award-winner KAREN ZIEMBASusan L. Schulman is one of Broadway’s best press agents. Everyone knows that. Now, with this book, we can see why her publicity and marketing ideas have filled theaters. Her shockingly honest, funny, and insightful reporting of how this amazing industry really works makes this a captivating, easy read. From her unique vantage point we get the down and dirty, and it makes us admire her even more.--- TV, film and stage star JOHN DAVIDSON Susan L. Schulman’s wonderful memoir will make you feel like you were there. She is the insider’s insider. Buy it. Read it. You will love it.---Award-winning actress KATHLEEN CHALFANTThis book is full of juicy backstage stories. I love it!---Three-time EMMY Award winner SUSAN HAMPSHIREBACKSTAGE PASS TO BROADWAY is temporarily unavailable on amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com but the paperback is available for purchase through Paypal below. It is also available in NYC at the Drama Book Shop, 250 West 40th Street, and at Theatre Circle, 268 West 44th Street.